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can u read it?
no, it says error
omg let me try again
does that work?
lemme get some food. i'm hungry. i'll be back
:/ okay, ill wait.
could one word be in more than one box?
Also how do you determine were to put what word?
i'm not sure about this...idk what to put for 1 dimension...i think you'd be better off with someone else helping you :/
@JakeV8 can you help her?
would a circle be 1 dimension?
I am not sure. We just started this.
A cone is 3 dimension.. im guessing surface area is .. 1 dimension.. Not sure
2-dimensional has area...
Cyliinder is 3 dimensional
So area and surface area is two dimension?
ok let me write that down
yes, like a circle has 2 dimensions, but a cylinder or a sphere has 3
Octagon is 2 dimensional right..
hm,thanks jake! dont leave! im writing!
Cuz it has a flat surface
having a sneezing attack... brb
Cube is 3 dimension Triangle is most likely 2 dimension
ok, ill wait! tnnx jake and om!
good. that was quick
am writing,one sec
Perimeter and circumference go in to 1 dimension.. im guessing
If you can measure volume, it has 3 dimensions. If no volume but area, it has 2 dimensions. If no area, but length, 1 dimension. If no length, it's a single point... 0 dimensions.
no guessing :) (jk)
Okay Jake, let us go in order,yes?
Lol i like guessing :D
@helpmeplz311 you can use that order of things to figure all these out... just ask each question in order... But I'll hang around to help...
I shall fan you for your kindness,Jake:)
hmmm, i will try.
I'M HIS NUMBER ONE FAN.
no fighting now...
Lol @AriPotta Think Again you got some competition xD And Jake you should fan me :D
It is okay Jake,l, Ok I wikl try area is 2 yes?
surface area and area?
And i think perimeter and circumference too.. Maybe you should ask jake on those
hahah loll ok, im writing
same thing... surface area is a type of area. But don't get confused... you can find surface area on a 3-dimensional shape... that's why you FIRST ask if it has volume.
is height 1, 2, and 3?
perimeter and circumference are tricky... guesses, anyone? ;)
ITS IN 1 DIMENSION1!!.. i think
@AriPotta, are you asking if height is all three choices?
@omnomnom you thing correctly. But let's talk for a sec about why (unless you are sure, but even then, @AriPotta and @helpmeplz311 may want to hear it too)
Ok guys I am making a chart on googlr docs and adding the terms as we go along.
height is just a line , right? so it's only 1?
The tricky part on 1 dimension is to realize that you can describe, completely, where you are along a one-dimensional figure with a single number (that's really what makes it one-dimensional).
Why because circumference is basically perimeter for a circle.. and it falls in the category of area i think.. O.O Idk.. LOL WHY DONT YOU TELL US??? @JakeV8
right @AriPotta ... good job.
so for perimeter and circumference, think about a track, like you run around in a race... you only need 1 number to tell how far you are around the track.
oh right.. So it will still be 1 dimension
The track encloses a field... the field is 2-dimensional because it has area. But the distance around a track just requires 1 number to describe.
Okay. perimeter circumference is one yes?
Same with any line... just say "how far along the line?", and that's it.
yes, @helpmeplz311 , correct.
length as well,no?
And Rectangular Prism is 3 DIMENSION!!
Length... "how much length?" Answer: 6 miles, or 4 feet, or whatever... just one number needed
@omnomnom is correct.
And TRIANGULAR PRISM IS IN 3 DIMENSION TOO
@AriPotta you missed one... can you find it?
Jake you should be a teacher.. O.o
that would make a nice testimonial as a fan ;)
Lol surrrrreeee :D
no, sphere is 3... check what you put for circle.
ooooh, it should be 2
But a circle is a flat surface.. is it not? O.O
Oh right which makes it 2.. xD
thank u, u guys are great
@AriPotta looks good...
thanks jake om and ari
Welcome.. :DDDDDDDDD I still dont get how you are in 8th grade and i am in 9th yet you get harder work then i do -_-
rlly u think it s harder?
Lol... Harder then what i used to get. :P
you're welcome... glad to help! Hope it makes sense... I didn't want to just fill in the table... hopefully you get the idea now :)
yep, i understand more now. tnx
ill tag u on my next q. tnx.
@helpmeplz311 I have to take off... sorry! Good luck!
ok, @helpmeplz311 I have a couple minutes more... do you have another question now?
yes,let me post it really quick